10.6.2024 – 19:46z

FoxGolf Design Reveals Rome Ciampino Airport for MSFS

FoxGolf Design, a newcomer in the flight simulation scenery development community, has announced their inaugural project: Rome Ciampino Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020.

The developer shared five screenshots on their new Facebook page, created this month, showcasing the early stage of development. In those screenshots, we can mainly see the terminal building and the ATC tower, without the interior, however.

The ground texture seems to be made with the use of PBR (Physically Based Rendering) textures. Images also show that wet ground and puddles on it reflect the light and the objects. Around the apron, we can also see plenty of ground vehicles, which might suggest that in the final release, we will get animated ground traffic as well.

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About Rome Ciampino Airport

Rome Ciampino Airport, officially known as Giovan Battista Pastine International Airport, is one of Italy’s oldest and busiest airports. Located approximately 12 kilometers southeast of central Rome, it serves both civilian and military aviation. Originally established in 1916, Ciampino has transitioned over the years to accommodate a mix of commercial flights, particularly low-cost carriers, and private jets.

Last year Ciampino served nearly four million passengers. The airport offers connections to many countries in Europe operated by Ryanair and Wizz Air.

Currently, we don’t have any estimated release date or price; however, the developer should publish more information as the add-on progresses. If you are interested in new developers for the MSFS, check out the inaugural add-on from Papa Hotel.

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